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  • July 8, 2005

Who Found My Blog Last Month?

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
Here's a random-ish selection of queries typed in search engines that resulted in my blog being read over the past month. It's a random-ish selection, because this time I've specifically chosen queries that do not include the word 'NetBeans'. In other words, people that typed in the following queries ended up finding out about NetBeans even though they weren't looking for NetBeans specifically. However, since this blog is about nothing but NetBeans, they might have found something that was useful to them anyway -- and maybe it made them consider NetBeans as the solution to whatever their problem was. Here's the list:
  • jsp editor
  • eclipse integrate jrun
  • eclipse JRUN4 Application Server Connectors
  • javax for dummies
  • program favorites window
  • servlet compiling jsp
  • changing port number in jboss
  • getBundle from jboss home
  • eclipse jrun4 plugin
  • ant mail task Problem while sending mime mail
  • jboss 4 tutorial
  • how to integrate the JRun in eclipse
  • jboss connection pool
  • ant "-post-jar"
  • where is xml file in cacti
  • wicket example
  • maven webdoclet sample
  • WebSphere
  • wicket framework
  • arrange the node in jboss clustering
  • authenticate http post ant script
  • mime ant mail
  • orion server
  • has no valid JNDI binding. Check the jboss-web/resource-ref.
  • Integrating JRun 4.0 with eclipse
  • jboss IDE datasource
  • Tomcat integration with Jboss
  • setting tomcat directory path +JBoss
  • running jboss from ant script

And this month's award for The Most Disappointed Searcher goes to whoever ended up in my blog after typing 'demi moore nude' in Google. (Thanks to blog entries like this one.) You know who you are. It was yesterday afternoon. Weren't you supposed to be working?

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Sean Scoot Saturday, September 10, 2005
    Very good contents on NetBeans IDE! I came to this site when I search if I can deploy web service (not client) which was built from NetBeans 4.1 to JBoss 4. The web service runs very well at Sun App 8.1, but when I copied the war to Jboss, it no longer works. Any thoughts?
  • Geertjan Tuesday, October 4, 2005
    Sean, there are several recent blog entries in this blog about deploying ws and ws clients to JBoss.
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